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right, straight ahead, as fox news is national, security correspondent jennifer griffin has reported from some of the dangerous places in the world. her toughest assignment, battling stage 3 breast cancer. she is a dream girl. >> then over $100 million to create just 55 jobs. break out the calculators because it sounds more like a summer of waste, not a summer of recovery. stu varney here to break down those numbers. >> first, trivia question of the day -- [ male announcer ] there's complete. and then there's most complete. like what you get from centrum ultra men's. the most completeultivitamin for men. it has antioxidants to help support your immunity and nutrients like vitamin d for your colon. centrum ultra men's. thanks. i got the idearom general mills big g cereals. they put a white check on the top of every box to let people know that their cereals have healthy whole grain, and they're the right choice... (announcer) general mills make getting whole grain an easy choice. just look for the white check. an easy choice. i hope he has that insurance.f! how come? well if you're hu
correspondent, jennifer griffin has more. >> reporter: soldiers called it the most dangerous place in the world, the war documentary, restrepo illustrated how dangerous it was in the valley. a lot of men became heros out there. just one was chosen for the medal of choohonor, the first recipient of the nation's highest medal of valor, salvatore guinta assigned to the 173rd air borne brigade told us about what he remembered of october 25, 2007 when he rescued two soldiers while taking heavy enemy fire. >> we walked into an l-shaped ambush and you could see the muzzle flashes, from bullets leaving the enemy's guns that weren't too far away. everyone was at risk. sometimes they whistled and sometimes they cracked and there is a close you got hit but not hurt close and the close where it snaps by your head but you are not hit and the whiz, that is a little bit further away than the crack. >> reporter: he saw sergeant josh brennan being hauled away by the taliban. >> we may never have gotten my son's body back and he saw they were carrying him into the woods, and, they were -- he was captured by the
have started this kind of industrial sabotage and the real motive behind it. jennifer griffin is live for us at the pentagon. what do we know about the virus and where it might have come from? >> reporter: what we know is that it's called stuxnet, it's a real tongue twister. what we now from the security firm is that 60% of the attacks by this worm have taken police inside iran. iranian officials are now saying that their nuclear facility, the one built by the russians has had technical difficulties as a result of this worm and we know that some of the centrifuges at the main facility in iran where they are enriching highly enriched uranium, it has been slowed down. the begs the question, jon, who is behind this cyber attack. it is a cyber attack. it is likely something that was embedded inc into software and t software, yes semens which is a german company sold a lot of software to the iranians that is used in the nuclear program. the question is, was it germany behind it, israel or was it the united states. the united states has a very sophisticated cyber command out at fort meade.
jennifer garyen reporting -- griffin reporting life at the pentagon. what do they have to say about this facility? >> reporter: well essentially, jenna, first of all, we have no independent way of confirming what they announced today, but this group in the past has revealed several sites inside of iran, major nuclear facilities that the iaea and white house eventually had to confirm the existence of, so they have proven reliable in the past. they have found a tunnel complex through satellite imagery as well as human intelligence inside the facility. it's about 80 miles west of tehran, it is a facility near the town of cause lean, they call it facility 311 for whatever that's worth. it, essentially, they're saying has 200-yard-long tunnels that are about 20 yards wide inside this mountain. there's been be digging going on for the past five years, and they're saying it looks like it's set up to have uranium-enrichment cascades. they think it's more along the scale of the cone facility that was revealed a year ago eventually confirmed by the white house, and they're saying this is anot
right, carlson, is it all over for hen? we don't need men anymore. you hear jennifer aniston. >> oh, well, i hope it's not over for men. come on, i love men. listen, "newsweek" has to get people to buy their magazine right now. they are doing the most provocative headlines that they can find. all right? but the summary of this article is actually kind of interesting. one of the points that they make is that women have evolved in the last couple of decades and the role of women in society has changed but for the most part the role of the man has not. i think that's profound. >> bill: role of a man though, let's be honest here, carlson, is to watch football, drink a few beers, go to work, make some money, and stay out of the way at home. that's the role of the man. i mean, cave men. >> i like the first couple things for myself. by the way, here is their summary. they say that if men actually embraced parental leads, took advantage of paternity. if they. >> bill: if we were all swedish we would be great. >> i know. they point to sweden. it would help women in society because women woul
on wednesday. prosecutors accused steven haze and another man in the rape, murder and burning of jennifer hawk petit, that's the mother and her two daughters age 11 and 17 back in 2007. the husband, dr. petit was savagely beaten but managed to escape from the basement where he was tied up. now he is pushing for the death penalty. my next guest says that should not happen. former federal prosecutor annmarie macavoy is my guest now. she was aligned with judy guiliani and john mccain, known for being tough on crime. and you say you're against the death penalty in this case? >> you know it's a horrendous case and certainly if there is any case that would warrant it this would be it, but unfortunately to be honest my views over the years have changed. when i was a prosecutor, and that was quite a few years ago i was straupb much lee in favor of the death penalty, although i never wanted to be the one to pull the switch or make the decision. but over the years, having seen how the legal system works, the mistakes that are made in the legal system, how people sometimes are pushed to plead to things,
. >> you know, the mom listens to the songs. not going to do it. jennifer tesh of madison heights, michigan thought that cheer was too racy for her kid so the board that runs the team gave little kennedy the boot in her booty. they said it's best for everybody. >> not better for everybody involved at all. not better for my child. she's going to be devastated. >> parents who defend the cheer says it's been around for years. the little cheerleader and her mom will join us tomorrow for their very first interview. it's a "fox & friends" cheerleading exclusive. >> from cheerleading to just things to cheer about, sports. >> especially if you're a rays fan. tampa rays. let's go to baseball. last night's action, yankees and rays battling for first place. dan johnson has a monster night for the rays. two homers, the rays eke out the victory, 4-3. they take the series 2-1 games. they meet again this weekend in new york but the message it sent, the yankees are in second. football now, eagles quarterback michael vick who i picked up yesterday in my fantasy league. may get his first start in four yea
are difficult for a jurors to hear, not a connecticut mom. jennifer took her two young children who are home schooled to court. they're six and seven years old, to listen to parts of that murder trial. now, she says that it's teaching them about the legal system, but critics are arguing she's exposing the children to potential psychological trauma. is she? let's bring in dr. keith ablow, a psychiatrist and member of the fox news a-team and somebody i respect very much particularly when it comes to issues like this. doc, she home schools them, and a part of that is taking them on different field trips to teach them different things. here is what she says about it, first of all, she told fox news when we contacted her, that she didn't see the most gory details, those pictures of the victims that the jury saw where some adult jurors cried. they were exposed to socks, boots, aerial maps, 9/11 call printouts and damaged vehicles and interactive courtroom dynamic amongst the judge, lawyers and the jury and at that was the point of her lesson. did she make a mistake? >> jamie, you might not need a
with three awesome scientist experiments like a homemade rocket. jennifer hudson here before weight watchers, my world was can't. can't eat this. can't do that. can't lose weight. but on weight watchers, i can. weigh less than i did in high school. can. stand here not suckin' in ahing. sure can. lo weight, and feel lighter and liberated in so many ways. i can. and you can too. and you can join for free. ♪ i can. i can. i can. ♪ [ female announcer ] and, if u join by september 25th you can get get a month free. weight watchers. because it wor. >> welcome back to "fox & friends." a couple of quick headlines for you, five americans under arrest in zimbabwe for handing out aids medicine without a license. two doctors, two nurses and an organizer are expected in courte tomorrow. the giant ice island is now two islands. it was roughly four times the size of manhattan before smashing into another island. the largest chunk, 60 square miles. get yourself some property there, alisyn. >> all right, this is at landmark decision that we can talk about this morning. it's the first ever court award in
. >> bristol showed jay moves and that is not going to happen. >> biggest competition will be jennifer gray. >> what about the hoff? >> learn how to dance for the movies. >>> and you have people who are professional basically dancers on the show. didn't he win? >> no, he didn't win. >> curt warner and the situation on it from jersey show. >> i how do you know the line up? >> i am a fan of the show. >> don't admit that. >> i am fan of punishments that parents impose on their. children. >> as an eighth grader. he got into a fight at school and got suspended that. was not enough for the parents. no, strap this sign here and put you by a popular city street and have everybody honk. now i don't know how to behave in school. i don't know how to read. if i continue i will end up working hard for little money. we'll hear from the mom. punishment fit the crime. >> i told him, it is an embarrassment to me to have the school call me over and over again when i am trying my best to raise him as a good little boy. >> he said he learned his lesson. freddie thought it was embarrassing to his mom and will n
in and around madison heights. >> it says my booty shakes from left to right. >> a cheer jennifer tesh thought was too suggestive for her six-year-old kennedy to chant. >> flabbergasted i guess. 1t. doesn't make any sense, to say a six-year-old should be saying those words is inappropriate. >> she expressed her feelings to the general manager, the coach, and the board, who claimed the cheer had been around for years and the squad had no intentions of squashing it. tesh claims they disapproved so much on tuesday night the board that runs the wolvernies kicked her daughter off the team. >> they said it would be better for everybody involved. it's not better for everybody involved. she's going to be devastated. >> it's a cheer that's gone from the practice field to the radio waves. the coach defend her position. >> i am directly quoteing this lunatic, she said i don't mind the booty shake sog much but it's the backache and the skirt being too tight i don't understand. >> we tried to talk to the name calling coach, but we were confronted by very unhappy pair stkpwhraoepbts we're looking for lisa e
million. that's how much jennifer lopez will earn next year as an "american idol" judge. congrats to j. lo but you only have a one-year deal. be productive! >> all right, brian. in the meantime in, the past, when you lost your wallet, your biggest concern was canceling your credit cards, right? well, now, the risk is a lot bigger. you can lose your entire identity. our next guest had his identity stolen and he says he can steal yours just by looking at your local grocery store savings card. he is the author of "privacy means profit, prevent identity theft and secure your bottom line." some people stole your identity and charged up $300,000. >> they did, yeah many my business partner used it to commit a whole series of crimes. >> your business partner? >> my business partner. then i was held liable for it. >> that's crazy. >> now, for people who don't have a business partner and n't worry about them, you know, raking them over the coals financially, one of the mistakes is we put way too much on our facebook. if there's some unscrupulous person that wants to steal your identity, it's a j
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